Monthly Archives: October 2013

AWP Schedule Now Online

The schedule for AWP 2014 is now online and searchable. I hope to see some of you there in Seattle. Incidentally, I am on a panel this year, about teaching genre writing to undergrads, a topic which upsets many AWP … Continue reading

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Writing Department’s AWP Intro Award Writing Competition

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Workshop Cancelled

Lisa’s on-campus workshop, Mastering the Art of Reading Out Loud, has been cancelled due to low interest. She is hoping to try again in the Spring. 

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Internship Opportunity

The Midwestern Connecticut Council of Alcoholism in Danbury has an opening for a Communications Intern in the spring. If you are due for an internship next semester and don’t have anything set yet, this might be a good one for … Continue reading

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Where is the Great American Novel by a Woman? Each week in Bookends, two writers take on pressing and provocative questions about the world of books. This week, Jennifer Szalai and Mohsin Hamid challenge notions of what makes certain literature … Continue reading

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SIXFOLD call for submissions in fiction and poetry

WCSU short story writers and poets, SIXFOLD is an intriguing new journal that uses an innovative system of voting to determine what gets published in the journal. What’s intriguing about it — besides the fact that it circumvents the conventional … Continue reading

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Peer Workshops

Any students out there interested in offering a peer workshop? I have Erik and David all set to do a couple, and I need one more…

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